Research projects by undergraduate students from across RIT's eight colleges were presented Aug. 13 at the annual Undergraduate Research and Innovation Symposium.
Many of the symposium's participants spent their summer working as Undergraduate Summer Research Fellows, a program that the Center for Student Innovation helped to coordinate. The Center joined numerous RIT colleges and the RIT-Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation to award summer fellowships that included a $3,000 stipend.
RIT alumna Jennifer Indovina delivered the keynote address at the symposium. Indovina is the co-founder and chief executive office of Tenrehte Technologies, a clean technology company that produces wireless consumer electronic products.